|op.1 - For Solacing Grief|
For Solacing Grief’s release “op.1” brings five tracks of mesmerizing instrumentals. Exquisite guitar work builds a bridge between all the tracks. From start to finish the release is filled with beautiful moments. The music appears as a silent place of refuge. Time dissolves while you slowly drift into emerging sounds. Melodies and harmonies unfold with room to breathe. Small details take on greater significance in this ambiance and special moments are captured...
Keywords: no-source; guitar; instrumental; postrock; slowcore
|Hunnibug / In the Shadow of the Mountain - boletes / Kites Overhead|
This split release features two short EPs by two up and coming musicians. Both releases are wonderful and work well on their own just as they fit together as one. boletes is Roy Gornall of Scotland. boletes' Hunnibug EP floats and crescendos through four tracks of ambient folk. His music conjures a Red House Painters style of other-worldly folk music. Roy captivates the listener in his world with soft guitars, electronic spacial reflections, and soft lyrics of mysticism...
Keywords: no-source; indie; electronic; folk; ambient; postrock
|Picture puzzle pattern door - Sekotis|
Tom Stokes returns with another Sekotis album on No-Source. "Picture puzzle pattern door" further melds the worlds of IDM and Post Rock. The track "Rivers & Mountains" sparks the album into existence with very little electronics. The piece is comprised almost entirely of cleverly layered guitar work. The second track, "The suns that teach the sky to dance" juxtaposes playful electronic melodies with distorted glitch beats...
Keywords: no-source; electronic; IDM; postrock; indietronic; instrumental